Updated at 9:25 p.m. on Monday, Oct. 29, 2018, with ticket information.
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President Donald Trump is coming to Chattanooga Sunday for a rally at UTC's 10,928-seat McKenzie Arena, the president's campaign announced Monday night.
"We are pleased to announce one of the final stops on our national midterm campaign tour with a Make America Great Again rally on Sunday, November 4th in Chattanooga, Tennessee, featuring President Donald Trump," said Michael Glassner, chief operating officer of the campaign. "President Trump considers Tennessee to be critical for GOP victory in the midterms, so as we complete the race to the finish he will urge Tennesseans to deliver for America on Election Day."relatedarticlethumb
The doors of the arena, located at 720 E. 4th St. on the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga campus, will open at 4 p.m. Eastern time Sunday for general admission, a news release states.
"It will be a sprint to the finish of the midterms for President Trump, who is campaigning hard for GOP House and Senate campaigns across the map," Glassner said in the release.
The rally, Trump's third visit to Tennessee, is in support of Republican Marsha Blackburn, who is locked in a tight battle with Democrat and former Gov. Phil Bredesen to become Tennessee's next U.S. senator. The election is Nov. 6.
"Tennesseans from all walks of life support President Trump's agenda, and they are excited he is returning to our state," Blackburn said in a release. "We look forward to welcoming him back to Tennessee and having him on the campaign trail with us."relatedarticlethumb
Bredesen spokeswoman Alyssa Hansen earlier called the president's visit "a perfect opportunity for him to sit down with Gov. Bredesen for a few minutes to discuss their shared interest in lowering prescription drugs prices."
On the same day as the Chattanooga rally, Nov. 4, the president will appear at 4 p.m. at Middle Georgia Regional Airport in Macon, Georgia, where Republican Brian Kemp and Democrat Stacey Abrams are locked in a tight race to become Georgia's next governor.
"I am exceedingly pleased that President Trump has decided to honor the great state of Tennessee with another visit and excited to welcome him to the wonderful city of Chattanooga. The people of the Third District understand the conservative values that President Trump continues to fight for and I look forward to having the President back in the Volunteer State," Congressman Chuck Fleischmann said.relatedarticlethumb
Vice President Mike Pence is expected to appear at the Dalton Convention Center in Dalton, Ga., on Thursday at 11:30 a.m. in support of Kemp, as well.
The visits are part of a multi-state tour in the final days of the midterm elections, where the president and vice president hope to make the difference in close contests.